Volume 26, 1972

26.01 Nortman, D
Status of national family planning programmes of developing countries in relation to demographic targets
  26, 1 (1972), 5-18
26.02 Hastings, DW, Reynolds, CH and Canning, RR
Mormonism and birth planning: the discrepancy between church authorities' teachings and lay attitudes
  26, 1 (1972), 19-28
26.03 Carrier, N H. and Goh, T-J
The validation of Brass's model life-table system
  26, 1 (1972), 29-51
26.04 Parming, T
Population changes in Estonia 1935-1970
  26, 1 (1972), 53-78
26.05 Sullivan, JM
Models for the estimation of the probability of dying between birth and exact ages of early childhood
  26, 1 (1972), 79-97
26.06 Thomas, D
The social origins of marriage partners of the British peerage in the 18th and 19th centuries
  26, 1 (1972), 99-111
26.07 Stoeckel, J and Alauddin Chowdhury, AKM
Neo-natal and post-neo-natal mortality in a rural area of Bangladesh
  26, 1 (1972), 113-120
26.08 Razzell, PE
The evaluation of baptism as a form of birth registration through cross-matching census and parish register data
  26, 1 (1972), 121-146
26.09 Mott, FL
Portrait of an American mill town: demographic response in mid-Nineteenth Century Warren, Rhode Island
  26, 1 (1972), 147-157
26.10 Bernhardt, EM
Fertility and economic status-some recent findings on differentials in Sweden
  26, 2 (1972), 175-184
26.11 Namboodiri, NK
Some observations on the economic framework for fertility analysis
  26, 2 (1972), 185-206
26.12 Espenshade, TJ
The price of children and socio-economic theories of fertility: a survey of alternative methods of estimating the parental cost of raising children
  26, 2 (1972), 207-221
26.13 Eilenstine, D and Cunningham, JP
Projected consumption patterns for a stationary population
26, 2 (1972), 223-231
26.14 Salaff, JW
Institutionalized motivation for fertility limitation in China
26, 2 (1972), 233-262
26.15 Yaukey, D, Thorsen, T and Onaka, AT
Marriage at an earlier than ideal age in six Latin American capital cities
  26, 2 (1972), 263-272
26.16 Eblen, JE
Growth of the black population in ante bellum America 1820-1860
  26, 2 (1972), 273-289
26.17 Cherry, S
The role of a provincial hospital: the Norfolk and Norwich hospital, 1771-1880
  26, 2 (1972), 291-306
26.18 Potter, RG, Chi, PSK and Sakoda, JM
Number and mean age of acceptors and users as related to programme duration
  26, 2 (1972), 307-316
26.19 Grandstaff, P
Comment on 'Expectancy of life at birth in 36 nationalities of the Soviet Union: 1958-60'
26, 2 (1972), 317-318
26.20 Mazur, DP
Crude death rates in the USSR. Comment on Grandstaff's remarks (a rejoinder)
  26, 2 (1972), 319-320
26.21 McKeown, T, Brown, RG and Record, RG
An interpretation of the modern rise of population in Europe
  26, 3 (1972), 345-382
26.22 Mueller, E
Economic motives for family limitation. A study conducted in Taiwan
  26, 3 (1972), 383-403
26.23 Teitelbaum, MS
Fertility effects of the abolition of legal abortion in Romania
  26, 3 (1972), 405-417
26.24 Goldstein, S
The influence of labour force participation and education on fertility in Thailand
  26, 3 (1972), 419-436
26.25 Blaikie, PM
Implications of selective feedback in aspects of family planning research for policy makers in India
  26, 3 (1972), 437-444
26.26 Fernando, DFS
Recent fertility decline in Ceylon
  26, 3 (1972), 445-453
26.27 Wat, S-Y and Hodge, RW
Social and economic factors in Hong Kong's fertility decline
  26, 3 (1972), 455-464
26.28 Namboodiri, NK
The integrative potential of a fertility model: an analytical test
  26, 3 (1972), 465-485
26.29 Chandrasekaran, C and Karkal, M 
'Continuation rate', 'use-effectiveness' and their assessment for the diaphragm and jelly method
  26, 3 (1972), 487-494
26.30 Venkatacharya, K
Some problems in the use of open birth intervals as indicators of fertility change
  26, 3 (1972), 495-505
26.31 Barrett, JC
The time response in averted births
  26, 3 (1972), 507-514
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